Limerick edit thread 2 in Pillars of Eternity: General Discussion (NO SPOILERS) Posted April 4, 2015 What you also all need to understand is: Have your own personal opinions, fine. Take a one man war against the twitter moron. Hell, the whole LGBT crowd for all I care. Nothing will happen to you. YOU people are not a company. Now, for one moment, take your self entitled heads out of your rear ends, and think about what that minority crowd could actually do to a large company. Imagine you are an integral part of said company...hell even own the company perhaps. You think Josh has the power to make these decisions alone? You're idiots if you do. He is just the public face for this. Bigger companies than Obsidian have been brought to their knees by smaller groups than this before now. Do I agree with censorship in any form? Hell no. Does it annoy me that these minority groups make us accept what they want, yet insist they do not have to listen to our voice? Yes it royally pisses me off. But I'm not a famous name, neither do I have a company to think about or shareholders and directors. And for the record, all your shouting is actually no different to the twitter moron....YOU want this...and screw everyone else. Funny old world eh? This doesn't make sense to me. These places that'll slander a company based on a joke... these all-powerful gatekeepers as I'm supposed to imagine them... If they wanted to blacklist Pillars of Eternity or avoid talking about it, then it's already too late. You're in their bad books already. Removing the joke couldn't fix it. The other thing as well I thought, was that the money for the production and marketing of Pillars of Eternity has already been raised, so it's not like Kotaku could smother it out or stop it from becoming a success at this point. There's no reason to cave in besides a potential added marketing opportunity if a few sites write an article about it. Frankly, they have a lot more to lose by censoring it than they do by leaving it in, because that opens the door for more special pleading and for the sort of backlash that we're seeing as a result of it.